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The Manual: Complete Man's Guide to Life Paperback – 21 Oct 1996
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This practical, down-to-earth guide to the minefield of being a man in the 1990s includes advice on sex, relationships, emotions, work, violence, health and fatherhood.
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A MAN'S GOTTA DO WHAT A MAN'S GOTTA DO … OR DOES HE?
The nineties have seen an explosion of interest in men. From TV chat shows to women's magazines, masculinity has become one of the hottest topics of the decade.
In this practical, down-to-earth and witty guide, Mick Cooper and Peter Baker explore the key issues facing men today such as sex, relationships, health and work.
'The MANual' suggests men could benefit from taking a fresh look at themselves and developing a greater sense of self-awareness.
The social and psychological pressure to be a 'real man' are enormous. 'The MANual' encourages man to open themselves up to new ways of being and to enjoy the exciting and rewarding opportunities this can bring.
THE ESSENTIAL MANUAL FOR MEN … ILLUMINATING READING FOR WOMEN!
Mick Cooper is a counsellor and visiting lecturer of psychology at Brighton University. Peter Baker is a writer, journalist and contributing health and fitness editor of 'Maxim'. Both authors have written extensively on the issue of men and masculinity and have run men's groups and workshops for many years.
'A hugely readable book and a stark mirror for men in the nineties. Every chapter uncovers aspects of ourselves we didn't even know we possessed.'
NICK FISHER, author of 'The Pocket Guide to Sex' and ''agony uncle''.
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23 January 2002
The author was one of my tutors at university and his lectures were brilliant, hence why most of us rushed out to buy his book. It gives a real insight into being a man and all the stresses and strains that they have to live with! It makes fascinating reading for men and women alike, and has certainly provoked some interesting discussions as to which sex has the tougher time.